Dzog Blog2020-06-23T19:23:34+01:00

The Dzogchen Community UK’s Blog is your space.

All kinds of contributions are welcome! Please write about your experiences; your life as a practitioner: in a cave? At Merigar, Dzamlingar, Lekdanling or Kunselling; in China, Mexico, India, Tibet or British suburbia. Anywhere members of the Community are pursuing our spiritual aims.

We know what an amazingly talented bunch of creative people we have in our Sangha, so please send us your poems, recipes or photographs, even sound or video clips, if that’s your medium.

The brief is simple:

  1. Your writing must relate, however tenuously, to practice in the Dzogchen Community under the guidance of our Precious Master, Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.
  2. It cannot be too short. It must not be too long – over a 1000 words has to be very special to hold most peoples’ attention I am sure.
  3. With compassion and wisdom as the bottom line, you can be as serious or as funny as you like.

This will be the main publishing outlet for the Community in the future and the Gakyil are anxious that everyone should have access to it. We will be contacting the handful of people without email addresses to offer them a printed extract of the Best of the Blog on an annual basis. If you know of any member in this position please alert us.

The Dzog Blog is moderated by Barry Patterson.

Please send your ideas articles and questions to Barry.

2202, 2019

Mandarava in Baja

By |February 22nd, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|1 Comment

These photographs were taken the day after the month long retreat of the Dakini Mandarava ended.  Nina Robinson led this recently at Tsegyelgar West in Baja California, Mexico

111, 2018

Report from the Red Gakyil to the AGM 2018

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The new year began with a session of Karma Yoga leading up to Losar in February.  It is traditional to clean and clear out before Losar, and this year the week before Losar coincided with half term.  We had two gorgeous teenage dakinis present and many of the Kunselling [...]

3110, 2018

Information about the Mirror by Liz Granger

By |October 31st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Many of you may already be familiar with The Mirror, originally the newspaper of the International Dzogchen Community. The printed newspaper started back in 1991 and continued up until the end of 2013 when, due to printing and mailing costs, the newspaper was forced to do its last print [...]

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